Containment Is Not Possible, Ebola Is Already Airborne13 Sep, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+ ebola burying dead bodiesHealth experts continue to dispute the question of whether or not the Ebola virus disease could mutate to spread in an airborne manner. These experts are dead wrong and this article will demonstrate that Ebola has breached any hope of containment and the virus is indeed airborne and that these facts have been known for sometime.
The Best Case ScenarioThis week, the World Health Organization WHO issued a stern warning that there may be thousands of new and presently undiagnosed cases of Ebola, each week in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria, which will surface by early October of 2014. A total of 15 countries could be involved in the outbreak and this could put the lives of 22 million people at risk.
These projections by WHO are based on the fact that the present strain of Ebola will remain transmissible through only direct physical contact with bodily fluids and exposure to an infected food supply. The Quiet Voices of Science Express Concern About the Spread of EbolaSome of the nation’s top infectious disease experts worry that one of the deadliest viruses on the planet could mutate and be transmitted just by a mere cough or a sneeze.
“The second possibility is one that virologists are loath to discuss openly but are definitely considering in private: that an Ebola virus could mutate to become transmissible through the air“. Yesterday, on September 12, 2012, Osterholm also told CNN that “It’s the single greatest concern I’ve ever had in my 40-year public health career.” Echoing Osterholm,
Dr. David Heymann, professor for the London School of Hygiene of Tropical Medicine, said “It is impossible to predict how any virus will mutate”
.Both Osterholm and Heymann note that virologists are extremely hesitant to discuss the possibility of discussing the possibility and potential for Ebola to become an airborne virus because they are scared to death of being professionally discredited and accused of whipping up hysteria with regard to the dangers posed by the present Ebola outbreak.
However, in private, they both state, that anyone close to the virus are expressing grave fears about this possibility. In fact, Osterholm specifically stated in the New York Times article that … it’s something they are “definitely considering in private.”Osterholm is not merely expressing the fear that Ebola will go airborne based upon a knee-jerk emotional response.
Obama Widens Sanctions Against RussiaThe New York Times ^ | July 16, 2014 | Peter BakerPosted on 7/16/2014, 4:17:54 PM by Chad_the_ImpalerPresident Obama escalated sanctions against Russia on Wednesday by targeting a series of large banks and energy and defense firms in what officials described as the most punishing measures to date for Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine.
Servando Gonzalez — Servando’s Anti-Anti-American Manifesto… “Is Rall serious about launching a revolution to overthrow the government of the United States? Does he have his pitchfork ready for action? Apparently he has.”
By Servando GonzalezJuly 11, 2014NewsWithViews.comIn a book titled, The Anti-American Manifesto,
Ted Rall, a cartoonist and contributor to both the New York Pravda a.k.a. the New York Times and Radio Moscow a.k.a. National Public Radio makes a passionate call for a violent revolution as the only way to solve America’s problems — which he compares to the four horsemen of the Apocalypse: wars, financial crises, unemployment, and oil spills.
The book’s editors call it “the most radical book published in decades.”Is Rall serious about launching a revolution to overthrow the government of the United States? Does he have his pitchfork ready for action? Apparently he has.Rall foresees that the chaos that typically ensues after the collapse or overthrow of an empire will surely affect America.
Human Events ^ | July 3rd, 2014 |
Posted on 7/4/2014, 2:38:36 AM by ReformationFan
Thus has one of the big lies of U.S. political history morphed into a cliche — that Richard Nixon used racist politics to steal the South from a Democratic Party battling heroically for civil rights. A brief stroll through Bruce Bartlett’s “Wrong on Race: The Democratic Party’s Buried Past” might better enlighten us……………………………….
By Robert Parry
Consortiumnews.comJuly 2, 2014Email PrintFacebookTwitterShare
It’s always interesting when the New York Times promotes a false narrative – as it has on Ukraine by blaming the crisis all on “Russian aggression” – and then has to shift its storyline when events move in a different direction, like President Vladimir Putin’s recent peacemaking initiatives.On Thursday, the Times explained Putin’s call for an extended ceasefire
as a case of him caving in to U.S. pressure. Correspondents Andrew Roth and David S. Herszenhorn wrote:
“Faced with the threat of additional economic sanctions from Washington, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia discussed an extension of the cease-fire, which is to expire on Friday, in a telephone call with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President François Hollande of France and Ukraine’s new president, Petro O. Poroshenko.”
Sneak Peek: Former Domestic Terrorist Bill Ayers Tells Megyn Kelly the One Question He’ll Never Answer in Confrontational Interview | Video | TheBlaze.com
Fox News host Megyn Kelly previewed her upcoming exclusive interview with former domestic terrorist turned “education theorist” Bill Ayers on Thursday — and there don’t appear to be any softball questions.
When pressed about how many bombings he was involved in during his time with the violent, far-left domestic terrorist group Weather Underground, Ayers refused to answer.
He said he will never reveal how many bombings he personally had a hand in.Kelly noted — and Ayers confirmed — that he also stole money, ripped off the identities of dead babies and the group he founded continued carry out violent acts.
U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement
NY Times ^ | 7-3-2013 | RON NIXONPosted on 6/22/2014, 7:04:58 AM by Citizen ZedLeslie
James Pickering noticed something odd in his mail last September: a handwritten card, apparently delivered by mistake, with instructions for postal workers to pay special attention to the letters and packages sent to his home.“Show all mail to supv” — supervisor — “for copying prior to going out on the street,” read the card.
It included Mr. Pickering’s name, address and the type of mail that needed to be monitored.
The word “confidential” was highlighted in green.
“It was a bit of a shock to see it,” said Mr. Pickering, who with his wife owns a small bookstore in Buffalo.